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Expected Impact

Technically and economically viable deployment of smart grids solutions that enable a substantial increase of the hosting capacity for medium- and small-size renewable sources (mainly wind and PV farms) in existing medium- and low-voltage networks and allow an effective planning of necessary network einforcements. 

Allow distribution networks to be operated with reverse flows of electricity at times of high renewable electricity generation and low load. 

Allow for better observability of distributed resources for the System Operator. 

Significant Distribution System Operator (DSO) involvement.  

The establishment of strong synergies between energy-oriented academic and industry partners with complementary skills, expertise and interests, thus forming a permanent collaboration towards the effective deployment and exploitation of RES in a pan-European level.

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